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Weather Forecast

Press Photo by Beth Wischmeyer Above, Stacy Custer, Trinity West Elementary School playground supervisor, fights the wind blowing hair in her face while keeping an eye on students playing during recess Tuesday. As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, gusts were measured as high as 62 mph, according to the National Weather Service.

Wind and warnings


A Monday storm left a few downed fences, snapped trees and the occasional trash can blowing around town. High water, 1.75-inch hail and persistent wind also hit various areas around southwestern North Dakota.

High winds continued Tuesday with gusts in Stark County reading 62 mph at 8 a.m., according to National Weather service reports.

Richardton resident Thea Thompson's tree snapped in half while she slept and hit her garage roof Monday evening.

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